DNS - AD - Unblock US
Any else running unblock US and using at Active Directory DC as their DNS/DHCP?
I could simply add the DNS into the devices using the service, and I don't want to simply use their DNS for my entire home enviroment. I also don't get how/if their auth works. It's a simple DNS query, how can they determine who is paying or not? I hear when you check the service it registers to that IP, but residential plans come with dynamic, so they would have to constantly re-register. I'm obviously on two static's and a biz line so it wouldn't matter. I'm starting to think their auth is a load of crap and anyone can change their DNS to the unblock one and get the service for free.
Any way to do a priority? Just don't want all my dns queries being forwarded to unblock us.
|reply to rustydusty |
I'm a linux guy, not an AD, but you should be able to set up DNS forward zones for the specific DNS queries you want to go to Unblock US. I do that with bind, and my own DNS proxy.